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Radnor High School Mathematics Department
Thursday, April 4, 2002

  An Introduction to Using Fathom - Jo Ann Fricker, Lower Moreland

Using Fathom to think about mathematical relationships.
  Topics to Explore
Derivation of volume of a sphere
Interactive Informational
Sphere - MathWorld
Geometric Calculators
What's New at the SGP Web
HMC Mathematics Online Tutorial
The Geometry of the Sphere - Polking
Volume of a Sphere
Sphere Formulas
Valley Springs Snow Cream - MidPoW
Journey Through Outer Space - GeoPoW
Derivation of volume of a pyramid
Interactive Informational
Pyramids - MathWorld How do you get the volume equations for a sphere and pyramid?
Pyramid & Frustum Formulas
Volume of a Pyramid
Volume of a Pyramid (clarify)
Demonstration of the law of sines, ambiguous case
Interactive Informational
GSP:The Law of Sines
The Law of Sines - IES
Trigonometry - IES
Law of Sines - HyperMath
Ambiguous Cases
Ambiguous Case - Law of Sines
Law of Sines - OJK Precalculus Page
Trigonometry: Law of Sines
Visual demonstration of completing the square
Interactive Informational
GSP: Completing the Square
Completing the Square - animation
Completing the Square - Larry Green
Completing the Square - ASU
Home Learning S5 Higher Course
Demonstration of Pythagorean Theorem
Interactive Informational
GSP: The Pythagorean Theorem
The Pythagorean Theorem - Johns
The Pythagorean Theorem - Spector
OJK Precalculus Study Page
Adventure Airlines - Trig/CalcPoW
All Wet - AlgPoW
Geometry: Pythagorean Theorem
Middle School: Pythagorean Theorem
Demonstrations for precalculus
Interactive Informational
GSP: Representing Functions Dynamically
GSP: Transformations of Functions
Middle School
Complex Number
Building Boxes - Trig/CalcPoW
Unsure of Which Telephone Plan to Choose? - Evan Glazer
Euclid's Elements - Joyce
Visual Calculus - precalculus

  Thinking About Where To Go From Here, Besides to Lunch

We can envision a number of different scenarios for our involvement with the high school Math Department. For example, suppose we serve as a provider of demos and materials for specifically requested content.

We could provide technology-supported investigations in a PoW environment, driving the benefit of our interactions directly to students. Teachers could be involved in generating the problems, mentoring or defining guidelines for the mentoring, and examine student work as a vehicle for professional development targeted on practice and/or curriculum development.

We can provide continuing support in both face-to-face and on-line conversations.

Shelly Berman & Annie Fetter

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